Yonge Station Experience the Benefits of the Barrie Lifestyle
Yonge Station is Barrie’s hot, new residential development by Pratt Homes. It’s located in Barrie’s thriving south end; minutes from the Go Train and all the amenities you need for your active lifestyle.
Yonge Station is the only development in Barrie to feature landmark art installations from a world renowned artist. Ron Baird, creator of Barrie’s famous Spirit Catcher created the Spirit Clock which currently rests at the corner of Yonge Street and Madelaine Drive. Pratt Homes expects to install the third piece of art, known as Wheelie, this fall. Wheelie is a large kinetic sculpture that moves in the wind and will sit in central park inside the Yonge Station community.
Yonge Station’s first and second phase release included a four-storey 56 unit building called the Union, four 8-plexes named after Monopoly railroads and six sets of townhomes named after Canadian railways. The building names and art possess a train theme to compliment Yonge Station’s proximity to the GO Station as well as promote Barrie’s steam train heritage which dates back to the 1800s.
Yonge Station promotes that size does matter when it comes to your home. Currently, you can get their smallest 800 sq. ft condo for $204,990 or their largest 1454 sq. ft condo for $317,990. In some parts of the GTA those same sizes can run you anywhere from $400,000 to $1 million.
Pratt Homes is releasing their third and final phase of Yonge Station on Saturday September 27th. They will be releasing The Grand Central which is a 4-storey, 72 unit condo building featuring large units with oversized balconies, underground parking and two elevators. Prices and floor plans for this building will be released mid-September.
Register for the release of the final phase of Yonge Station online at www.yongestation.ca.